Research on the Present Situation of Primary and Secondary Teachers’ Professional Ethics in China

Ou XIE

Abstract


Teachers’ professional ethics is a core element in the professional development of teachers. Through the survey, it is found that currently there are some problems in the professional ethical construction of primary and secondary teachers in China. There is an imbalance between “justice” and “profit” for teachers in the process of professional ethical construction. Therefore, we should not only stimulate teachers’ ethical needs in the construction of professional ethics and advocate the unification of teachers’ utilitarian spirit and the spirit of dedication, but also establish and improve the reward and punishment mechanism for teachers’ professional ethics, providing ethical rewards for teachers from a practical perspective so as to promote the development of teachers’ professional ethics in China.

Keywords


Primary and secondary teachers; Professional ethics; Survey

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